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. ♪ >>> something happened this week in atlanta, georgea, that has the whole country talking. it shocked pretty much everyone who lived there and it's a giant hus in the making. >> first, click three is back, and i want to show you the most awesome stories on the internet. this is miles. he's a 5-year-old and battling leukemia. his dream is to battle bad guys like his favorite superhero, batman. so the bay area make a wish foundation decided to turn san francisco into gotham city for a day, and miles' dream became a reality accompanied by a grown-up version of the caped crusader, he hopped in his own bat mobile, and took to the streets of san francisco. batkid savored the day on more than one occasion, and he did not disappoint, foiling the plans of his enemies in the process. even a special newspaper was printed to commemorate the day. the massive outpouring of joy and support for batkid was proof that as batman himself says, real heroes make themselves visible every day. >> just showed you that it's full of people ready to believe in good. >> the hero's mission is to unite people and promote being
sanctions. >> and it is an art show like no other. photographers are using a hashtag to show atlanta in a new light. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. one week after the typhoon devastated the philippines, the eight is finally starting to arrive. the uss george washington has got to the area and it will triple the number of helicopters available to move supplies. there are still places which have quite literally been cut off by the storm. the firstm is guiuan, town hit from the storm. andrew harding sent us this report. >> this is where it all started. the very first encounter between storm and land. not much of a contest. which makes this the first ed,lage to be a raced -- eras and murray are among the first mothers to lose a child. she has come here before to visit the parents with -- the beach with her parents. >> he was so full of life. >> when the typhoon came in, his grandfather tried to save him. >> my father was hit by the water. and then my baby. drowned. survivors are, still waiting for aid. this may have been the first place to ge
. photographers are using a hashtag to show atlanta in a new light. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. one week after the typhoon devastated the philippines, the eight is finally starting to arrive. the uss george washington has got to the area and it will triple the number of helicopters available to move supplies. there are still places which have quite literally been cut off by the storm. the firstm is guiuan, town hit from the storm. andrew harding sent us this report. >> this is where it all started. the very first encounter between storm and land. not much of a contest. which makes this the first ed,lage to be a raced -- eras and murray are among the first mothers to lose a child. she has come here before to visit the parents with -- the beach with her parents. >> he was so full of life. >> when the typhoon came in, his grandfather tried to save him. >> my father was hit by the water. and then my baby. drowned. survivors are, still waiting for aid. this may have been the first place to get hit but it seems to be among the very last to get any help
yesterday, it flushed 10 years ago, what's the problem? narrator: atlanta is a rapidly growing urban area. its primary source of drinking water is the chattahoochee river, which also provides water to many downstream communities. but its infrastructure is dangerously old, without outdated facilities and combined sewer overflows polluting the watershed. the city faces strict consent decrees and lawsuits, along with a severe lack of funding. man: when i started working for the city of atlanta in the late '70s, we were approaching that point in time where a lot was going to be needed, in terms of rehabilitation and upkeep. most of the very large pipes were at least 80 years old. we had needs that were identified in the '50s and in the '60s and in the '70s that were deferred. woman: we are urging that we all try to find a way to overcome the obstacles and limitations that might exist. woman: when i was running for office, i met someone who knew mayor hartsfield, who, in the late 1960s, said, "i don't know who the next mayor will be, "but i know they'll have to fix the water and sewer infrastr
travel plans. dave warren has more on the storm's track. robert ray is in atlanta with the impact on the airports, but we're going to begin with diane in pittsburgh with a look at how the storm is effecting the roads. and diane, based on what i'm seeing, those roads are slick. >> yeah, snow continues to come down. it has been coming down for hours now. there is probably between two and three inches of snow on the ground here. we were talking about people earlier, and they were not plussed by all of in. in 1950 the pittsburgh area saw 2.5 feet of snow. it is predicted this area will get about a foot of snow. it should be over by tomorrow night. at least that's what everybody is hoping. including this woman. >> i have a lot of people coming in from columbus, but they are not driving until thursday, and i think the weather will be fine then. >> reporter: now the pennsylvania department of transportation has road crews out working 12-hour shifts. so far there haven't been any major accidents. we were looking around to ohio the next door neighborhood to pennsylvania, they were reportin
, 1986 democratic primary. >> guest: that was the reduction day in atlanta in the fifth congressional district of georgia. it was a very difficult race with a closed and the differing mind by the name of julian bond who we had worked together in the student nonviolent coordinating committee with a wonderful, wonderful friend. he served in the state house, the state senate, to come to congress and i wanted to come to congress, and it was a race that i never wanted to repeat like that. >> host: and you won? >> guest: i did prevail. and some people thought they didn't have a chance and didn't have a prayer not just in atlanta but around the venetian. outside of georgia and alabama and mississippi and other parts of the deep south. >> guest: . >> host: when did you move to atlanta? >> guest: the summer of 1963. i was 23-years-old and i became the chair of the student nonviolent coordinating committee better known as sncc. one of the major civil rights organizations. it was based in atlanta, just finished school at the university and i spent four years at the american baptist college calle
's the issue. mason-dixon line, just about. at least upstate south carolina from atlanta and tennessee, all wet. the issue is, it's also very cold up there and very close to 32. now let me give you an idea. it was supposed to be 39 degrees and raining in atlanta this morning. right now, it's 30 -- where is it? 35 and raining. that's not a good sign. that's four degrees colder than the forecast. if your forecast was, let's say, rain and 34 and all of a sudden you're four degrees colder than that, that's rain and 30. winston-sal winston-salem, 31, charlotte, 32. virginia and west virginia are seeing icing right now. that's what i'm most concerned with. this system, when it gets up here, still developing. when it gets up here in this colder air that's already in place, that's when our highways go down, airports go down and things get rapidly slow. >> okay. i got all my digits crossed. thank you, chad. of course, as chad says the biggest worry are the wet roads, black ice. the wind will also be a concern. get ready for a trying day on the roads unless you're lucky enough to leave today as of right
storm. conditions stretch from atlanta to boston, a mix of snow, sleet, ice and heavy rain. with each passing hour roads are trech ourous and flights are cancelled or delayed. we have a team of reporters tracking the impact of the storm. al jazeera's juan carlos molina begins the coverage on how the weather is hampering driving. >> conditions treacherous. the impact unavoidable. scenes like this on highways across america. >> i hydroplaned over here, came off and slid around. >> from michigan a close call from a dashboard camera as a truck loses control - barely missing a car. in flint the weather is blamed for multi-car pile ups. it's dangerous for drivers and emergency crews responding to accidents like this. this storm is moving, taking aim at the north-east. now posing a real threat for thanksgiving , where a majority of holiday travellers will be taking to the roads instead of the air. >> that was juan carlos molina reporting. the wintry weather is grounding flights up and down the eastern sea board. we have more from the jackson airport international. >> here in atlanta at the b
. >> reporter: at the world's busiest airport in atlanta a cold driving rain made for a miserable day on the ramp. inside, a rush of activity and just a handful of delays and cancellations. going to fly today atlanta to pittsburgh through the weather and we'll see how it goes. as the rain picked up, my flight was among those delayed. >> i do apologize for this delay. and i hope to get you out of here, get you to your holidays as quickly as possible. >> reporter: total delay in atlanta about 90 minutes, now head for the record pittsburgh. the rain in atlanta for a winter landscape on approach in pittsburgh. further north in michigan, a sheet of ice led to a multi-vehicle accident near flint. near whitehall, a dashboard cam caught this truck jack knifing and barely missing an already stopped car. near roanoke, virginia, drivers were met with ice a quarter inch thick. while ong long island in new york, trooper frank bendario has seen this before. a holiday rush and treacherous roads. >> it's just going to be twice as congested i would assume. and then factor in the weather and the floodi
ray is in atlanta, we will get to him in a moment. we begin with what is happening on the roads. >> it has been snowing here all day, and the national weather service predicts by the time the storm blows through, it will have dumped up to a foot of snow on pittsburgh. >> pittsburgh greeted the snow storm with plows, salt, shovels, and aceps of humor. >> it's fun. >> it's fun. >> yes, it is fun. >> it's pittsburgh weather. >> the storm that pummeled the mid section, barreled east today, coating highways with a sleet and snow. in washington, icy roads snarled morning traffic. in pennsylvania the department of transportation put road crews on 12 hour shifts to keep highways clear for holiday travelers. >> the sidewalks were bad. >> the week of thank giving is traditionally one of the busiest travel periods of the year, the aaa estimates 38 million americans will hit the highways this week. the national weather service thinks the brunt of the storm could be over by wednesday night, or early thursday morning. that could help some dinner guests reach their destinations on time. >> i h
windmaker down here in atlanta. the winds were maybe 20. with the bombing out nor'easter quote you'll get winds to boston tomorrow 60 miles per hour. that's what that means. >> all right. we have that to look forward to. chad myers, thanks so much. we do have coverage all over the country as travelers try to get where they're going before thanksgiving. gary tuchman is in washington. george howell is in buffalo. and david mattingly is at atlanta's hartsfield-jackson international airport. george, i want to start with you. you have the prettiest picture there. you're in buffalo. it snows every now and then in buffalo. still, we're on like thanksgiving eve here. how's it going up there? >> reporter: well, look, we've seen the snow come down light through most of the day, but as chad said, it is starting to come down heavier. just now starting to stick to the ground. and, john, this is just the beginning. we do understand that here in the city of buffalo they are preparing for anywhere from 4 to 6 inches of snow, and then in the south towns and what the call the southern tier and northwestern
betweea healthcare payment and a mortgage payment. >> we have a report from atlanta where consumer fend i confidencs growing. >> the sound of new home construction. hard hats are back to work. and in atlanta the housing market brought to it's knees due to the great recession is back again. >> atlanta has seen it's big jump this year. >> how big is demand right now? >> demand is at it's highest level in the last five years. the folks are able to sell the home they have been stuck in since 2005 and 2006. and because of that we are seeing an abu abundance of peope re-entering the market. >> despite rising interest rates home prices are rising at the fastest since february of 2006. the market here has been resilient. ?rrchlt anand georgians are wano stay that way. the land values are going up and that is driving prices up. >> this plot of land a year ago is half of what it is today. that is because housing prices are high. >> this recovery is the real deal. average home prices are back to their mid 2004 levels. and a competitive market place is taking shape. >> honestly it's the insve inve. t
. bethea: a huge change came about when mayor shirley franklin became the mayor of atlanta. we're having to choose how to spend our money. i named myself "the sewer mayor," and i wear that title very proudly, because, without wastewater infrastructure and drinking water infrastructure, the economy will stop. we did a major outreach. we trained an outreach team, who went to every community meeting, to educate people on how bad the crisis was. not only did i tell people that we'd have to raise rates, i told them we'd have to tear up the city to repair this infrastructure. man: you can't simply say, "i won't use any water, it's too expensive." we have about 25% of our population that's at or below the poverty line, so you have to look at rate structures that are tiered so the people can pay their bills. franklin: we would love to have something like 75% federal money. we do get some federal aid and we are thankful, but on the other hand, we're paying for this primarily with new rates. we have increased our rates to among the highest in america. but not nearly as much as if we hadn't passed
during the day today deep into atlanta where they had a break in the rain for a couple of hours but now back into rain, and there is even a possibility of that cold air bringing light snow in the morning. our gio benitez is standing by in atlanta right now. good evening, gio. >> reporter: good evening to you from a wet atlanta. so much rain here all day long, so many accidents and the timing couldn't be worse. for millions of americans tonight, getting to grandma's house for thanksgiving means battling mother nature. >> it's going to be a hectic day on tap for us. >> heading home for the holidays could be more difficult. >> ugly conditions across metro atlanta. >> it will be a white thanksgiving. >> reporter: all the way up in portland, maine, high winds are causing havoc. in roanoke, virginia the morning freeze turned into afternoon downpours. >> some sleet and some freezing rain, and this morning, my driveway was solid ice. >> reporter: up and down the east coast, this storm is causing a traffic nightmare. hundreds of accidents just as tens of millions are expected to drive for thanks
across the country. >> the an lynnal muchado in atlanta, martin savidge it, chad myers in the cnn weather center. >> an lynn fla is here in atlanta. in the south, it's getting soaked, alina. >> soaked is a good way of putting it. it's been raining here in atlanta all morning along. there it is what the south is going to be seeing today. a lot of rain. take a look at the traffic situation behind me. these roads are wet. they're slick, and this is what people are going to be experiencing south. if you head north, you're going to start running into sleet, wintry mix, possibly some snow depending where you are. more than 43 million people are expected to travel more than 50 miles from home for the thanksgiving holiday. that's according to the aaa. about 90% of those people will be driving. they'll be getting in their cars to go somewhere. so the bottom line is, if you're going to be among those people, you need to be careful. you need to pay attention to the situation and make sure that you give yourself enough time. >> thanks so much. so if you are flying this week, chances are you'll spend
airport in atlanta, the busiest airport in the world. rock better what is it like there? >> reporter: david, it's pretty busy. a lot of people inside. all day today it has been pouring rain. though minimal delays. but in the past couple hours we have seen a slight uptick. officials expect about 1.8 million holiday travelers to move in and out of atlanta this week alone. that's a 3.3% increase over last year. today, it has been a bit of a tough day for a lot of the travelers, but tomorrow is when more of a headache could come. here in atlanta, thousands of holiday travelers landed in a cold rainy south. >> i knew it was busy, but waiting for five hours that's ridiculous. >> reporter: heavy rain, high winds, and snow are already effecting travelers. >> i came from chicago right here into atlanta, and it was amazing how that plane made it through all of that rain, you know? i didn't see the ground until almost tohdown. >> reporter: thousands of flights have already been canceled or delayed. these travelers decided to get ahead start. >> i was going to stay until tomorrow but then i chan
cancellations nationwide. we flew in today from atlanta, and we can tell you that it was a little bit of a rough go, and across the country everybody is struggling today. at the world's busiest airport in atlanta, a cold driving rain made for a miserable day on the ramp for robert cotton. >> you have to dress in layers. you never know how long you're going to be outside. >> reporter: inside, a rush of activity and just a handful of delays and cancellations. we're going to fly today atlanta to pittsburgh through the weather. we'll see how it goes. as the rain picked up, my flight was among those delayed. >> i do apologize for this delay, and i hope to get you out of here and get you on to your holiday as quickly as possible. >> reporter: waiting at the gate with me, stacy danko, trying to get home to youngstown. >> the flight coming here was delayed from texas. our crew is coming from memphis, which is delayed. >> reporter: but the wait didn't last long. total delay in atlanta about 90 minutes. now headed for pittsburgh. trading the rain in atlanta for a winter landscape on approach into pittsbur
leaders today. boston will get its first new mayor in two decades. >>> and atlanta, the incumbent facing three challengers there. and in seattle, mike mcginn is in a very tight rays against ed murray, and whoever takes city hall in detroit is going to have to be dealing with that city's bankruptcy problems. bill deblah you is expected to win in new york in a landslide. >> reporter: joe lhota is trying to keep leadership of new york city in republican hands. >> it will keep the city safe and financially sound. >> bill de blasio. >> reporter: his opponent running a unionist campaign. >> a small group of new yorkers are doing very well, and more and more every day nighers are falling behind. >> reporter: several polls showed de blasio with a commanding lead. the last time a democrat had that kind of lead going into an election was in 1985. the 52-year-old has a master's degree in international affairs and a long history of activism. he entered politics working for the city's last democratic mayor. >> i would like to introduce to you the next first lady of the city of new york! [ cheers and
involving two atlanta facilities, and signed a corporate integrity agreement to improve care, but it didn't have to admit liability. >> the way the corporate model is set up, it's so convoluted, so complex, the nursing home owners are so protective of accountability, multiple layers upon layers of companies that protect the corporate decision makers. >> madeline leftridge lived at a golden living center in southaven, mississippi. she died at age 72 from complications due to alzheimer's, according to her daughters carmen belton and lisa perkins. they believe their mother unduly suffered at the center. hospital records show that she was dehydrated, and that she'd developed a severe ulcer. >> her back was open. and it was [cried] ... it was probably three inches deep in her bottom. >> and they kept telling us, she doesn't feel it. yeah. and i'm like do you see the size of this sore, and you're telling me she's not in pain? >> so i made sure that once my mom went back to the nursing home, that they were aware of it and to start treating it, like they were in the hospital. you have to keep tur
." tasked with a tough assignment. she is about to board a flight to atlanta with both kids, all their stuff in tow, just to uncover exactly how much families are going to pay this holiday season in extra airline fees on top of the ticket price. we have assemble aid team of "nightline" producers. flip-cams in hand to crowd source the answer. >> did you pay any additional fees, check a bag in? >> yes, checked two bags, $60. >> i'll pay $40 extra. >> reporter: airline fees are difficult to avoid. baggage fees, better seats, priority boarding, wi-fi, food. for families it can mean hundreds more. first up, check in. >> we are going to atlanta. >> how much is curb side checkin? >> $25 per bag. >> claire's small duffel bag is not. making this our first fee for the day. >> thank you. >> this is your boarding pass. >> great. >> unfortunately i can't check li luc. though i would pay unlimited amounts for that. we head to gate d-2. >> "nightline," i hope you appreciate this. [ baby crying ] >> nice and loud. >> reporter: new york to atlanta to find out just how much more other travelers were paying. t
. >> students in at atlanta college are taking an unique and provocative approach of doing body image. we have this very interesting story from atlanta. >> reporter: showcasing the nude chiseled physiques of some of america's top athletes, it carries the tag line bodies we want. the edition sparked a conservation between editors campus newspaper. >> these are ideal, perfect fess seekphysiques, and we wanted to cater to something in our campus. >> you have different types of bodies and people who are struggling with internal issues that affect their bodies. we wanted to have that conversation. >> reporter: the history compl y black college are taking a bold initiative. not just posing nude but revealing their personal stori stories. >> one person talked about them reclaiming their body after sexual assault. another talked about being an athlete and an recognize i can't. >> substance abuse. >> it's something that i dealt with since i was 18. i'm not 30, i thought it would be something that i would have to confront some of this stuff of my past. >> i was considered the chunky kid growing up, but
against texas a&m. win that, and they're going to atlanta. >> kirk: win on the road, knocked off ole miss. you're right. crazy to think about. yu johnny manziel going to missouri. both went into the s.e.c. last year. and now one, in this case, it's missouri trying to get to atlanta to the s.e.c. championship game. >> brent: smith replasces child. and this is jeremy. breaks free with a nice gain down the near side. he's to the 29 yard line. >> kirk: at the beginning of the year, they thought he would be the featured back. desmond roland took over. but i love the look of jeremy smith. especially once he finds that seam, he gets the shoulders square. bigger back, 215 pounds, he's a load to bring down. >> brent: another 23-yard gain. the love to the offensive line, koenig, at left tackle, brandon webb, left guard, jenkins, the center. graham, the right guard. chris grisbhy, the right tack. they have performed admirably tonight. done an outstanding job for the cowboys. >> kirk: when they look at this, it's easy to get caught up in clint chelf and the backs, oklahoma state won the the ball, we
airport hatsville jackson in atlanta, robert how is the storm effecting people down south? >> so far so good here. minimal delays and we only saw one cancellation on the board, a steady stream of people coming in and out of the airport, you can hear the planes taking off and landing but the problem is this radar here. you can see up and down the eastern seaboard, even into the south, splotches of green and blue. 100% precipitation. passengers are. >> i think people expect a better weather for the thanksgiving. that might be a little disappointing. >> i hope it is just bad prediction. >> now, here at the busiest airport in the world, in atlanta, they are expecting a uptick of about 3.3% in travelers moving in and out of this airport over the next week. but today looked to be okay here, temperatures are in the mid 30's and the rain keeps falling. and people to stop coming in here, some of the airline, united, delta, u.s. airways and jet blue have offered travel vouchers so if people want to change their flights they can for free. though most of those airports that allow that are up near y
to the doctors for help, her update. >> welcome to atlanta doctors! >> let's check out the >> welcome to atlanta doctors! >> let's check out the zoom- [ bells dinging ] ♪ hark how the bells, sweet silver bells ♪ ♪ all seem to say throw care away ♪ ♪ from everywhere, filling the air ♪ [ female announcer ] chex party mix. easy 15-minute homemade recipes you just pop in a microwave. like caramel chocolate drizzles. happier holidays. chex party mix. happier holidays. it's an opportunitye to stop and savor, the unmistakable taste that reminds us that life is delicious. no! you don't even get football. [ male announcer ] when you've got 100% fiber optic fios, you get it. america's fastest, most reliable internet. it's the ultimate for downloading, streaming, and chatting. you have that guy all over the football field. thanks, joe! if the running backs don't start picking up the blitz, the quarterback is going to have a long night. is that your sister? look, are you trying to take my job? maybe. technology that lets you play with the big boys. call the verizon center for customers with di
geterez. why are atlanta area taxpayers footing the bill for a braves stadium when the park is one of the nicest in the majors. we begin with dismal enrollment numbers for obamacare. only one 06 ,000 /*,185 people signed up in october. only a quarter of those did it on the disastrous federal website, way below the white house prediction of half a million. the bigger blow for the president may be the defection of democrats who have tirelessly supported him throughout healthcare reform. many are calling for the president to honor his promise that people would keep their healthcare. democratic senator mary landrieu is leading the charge. >> let's fix it. let's, you know, mend it. let's not start over again. let's roll up our sleeves and get to work and work together to do that. >> for more, i am joined from washington, d.c. by bill scneider, professor at george mason university and resident scholar at the think tank, third way. with us from los angeles, al jazeera america political contributor michael shore, great to have you back. bill, you said it last night, the democrats are now i
part of the storm story. we have alina machado watching rains in atlanta. shannon travis is outside of pittsburgh and chad meyers is in the cnn severe weather center. chad, let's start with you. what are the dangerous areas right now that people should be aware of? >> it's pennsylvania and upstate new york right now. but there's an awful lot of rain still coming down notice shenandoah valley and parts west of d.c. it's 33. when the sunsets, it's not going to be 33. it's going to be 32, 31. and that's going to freeze. so yes, we're still seeing is the snow up here across pennsylvania. i mean altoona, dubois, all these areas that's all snow coming down. what you're seeing with shannon is some of the melting on the roadways but that will stop when the sunsets. that's pittsburgh. and everything else all down here that's all rain. you think it's just rain. that's no big deal. well, this is a map of atlanta in the rain. here's the center of atlanta right there. that's what we call the perimeter. here's one major artery. i-85, shut down right there because of two tractor-trailers that coll
right now. it is mostly rain in cities like atlanta, but the sun is about to go down on the east coast and that means the roads could start to ice. as you get farther north, the weather is changing into snow. look at that in pennsylvania. many major cities like philadelphia, new york and boston not expected to get hit too hard but we have already seen major travel snarls that will likely only get worse. now, we know how aggravating this kind of holiday weather is, so here's a list of phrases you will not hear over the next hour. we will not refer to snow as the white stuff at any point. there will be no mention of jack frost or his fixation with your nose. at no point will we use the phrase winter wonderland. it's not even winter. under no circumstances will we tell travelers to pack your patience because the overhead bins are already full. with that in mind, we have meteorologist chad myers in the cnn severe weather center. we are outside in pittsburgh in the snow. and martin savidge inside the busiest airport in the world in atlanta. chad, i want to start with you. a lot of people ar
? >> not at all. i live by no regrets, lessons learned. >> wendy: the "realouseves f atlanta"irs nxthursy on bra. upnext, trivia. don't miss it. n i.p. tket to new york city. >> wendywatch for word o the day a then goto my faeboopageoentr. were saving seat f you. >> wendy: welcome back, erybody! it's time to play hotopics trivia. let's meet ou first contestant. what's your name? >> i'm noel fm reading, pennsylvania. >> nice to meet you, noel. here's your first question. how many times has charlie sheen's ex, brooke mural, been to rehab? 2, orver 20 times. >> she's kind of a hot mess, so i'm going to go with c, over 20 times. >> wendy: yes. my producers work so hardo play these games and already i'm throwing up. i'll gett right. here's the next question. jennifer hudson, jennifer lawrence and pam anderson recently got the same haircut. was it, a, a pixie, b, a bob, or c, a mullet? >> i would recommend the all get a mullet. i think i'm going to go with the pixi >> wendy: let's see if she's right. correct. here's your other question. >> all right. >> wendy: someone recently leaked a video of just
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that reflected in the airport misery map. dallas, houston, atlanta and washington are among the hardest hit airports where many of you are watching us tonight. we've got this satellite image to show you as well of the storm causing so much misery. you can see it covers a huge swath of the united states. our cnn correspondents are covering all angles of this unfolding travel nightmare. let's begin with meteorologist chad myers in the cnn severe weather center. chad, what are you seeing? >> you know, jim, i think we looked at the rain and said this is only going to be a rain event. well, you know what? the rain event is a big event. it's a big event if you're trying to put millions of people on the roadways to move. it's rain from pennsylvania southward all the way through here. snow to the north, don't get me wrong, in the midwest, ohio, pennsylvania, buffalo, but the issue is all of this rain. the rain itself right now is just making travel miserable across the roadways. this is what new york city looks like right now. i can't find you one city street that's going faster than about ten mile
to be treacherous in many, many places across the country from atlanta to our nation's capital. the interstates are a mess of rain, snow, ice, and wind. and as you look at this map, the dangerous conditions have claimed at least a dozen lives. tomorrow, when aaa says most people will be out and about traveling, it is only expected to be worse. flying might not be much better for the more than 3 million airline passengers this thanksgiving. some airports, and you know we've been making calls, they're already experiencing delays. that's expected to get even worse as this storm we're watching moves eastward. so we've got you covered. renee marsh is at dulles international airport near washington, d.c. george howell is in buffalo for us. and chad myers is warm inside the cnn weather center. renee, let's begin with you. set the scene for me. how's it looking? >> reporter: it looks nasty out here, brooke. we've been having rain for the last couple of hours, but delay, delay, delay. that is the word of the day if you are flying. you're seeing it up on the boards and you may be experiencing it if you'r
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at 40 degrees with just light rain. we watched it, and got snow as far south here as georgia. atlanta, your airport problems maybe a little here in the morning, and then the storm is gone for much of the day. then also heavier rain many south florida and possible delays. as far as the airports go today, the d.c. airport just about the next couple of hours, new york city and boston, throughout the afternoon and the evening, significant delays. especially this morning, but the good news is as we go through about 5:00 p.m., all the worst of the wind and rain is gun. even in the boston area. new york will clear up by about 10:00 a.m. when i say clear, i don't mean, like, sunny, but the worst of the wind will be gone. >> silver lining there. thank you, bill. do appreciate that. >>> many the storm has many wonder if anything they will make it in home many time for thanksgiving. some by car and others by train. most will take to the air. nbc's tom kos elo is right there with him. >>> at the world's busiest airport in atlanta, a cold driving rein made for a miserable day on the ramp inside a
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is at atlanta's hartsfield-jackson international airport. george, i want to start with you. you have the prettiest picture there. you're in buffalo. it snows every now and then in buffalo. still, we're on like thanksgiving eve here. how's it going up there? >> reporter: well, look, we've seen the snow come down light through most of the day, but as chad said, it is starting to come down heavier. just now starting to stick to the ground. and john, this is just the beginning. we do understand that here in the city of buffalo they are preparing for anywhere from 4 to 6 inches of snow, and then in the south towns and what the call the southern tier and northwestern pennsylvania. the could see anywhere from 6 to 8 inches, even a foot of snow. that's great news out there for the ski resorts. but like we've been saying throughout the program, bad news considering that this plays out overnight into wednesday, which is the busiest if not one of the busiest travel days of the year. >> even grissled, snow hardened veterans want to get to where the need to go on thanksgiving. i imagine there are
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